slated for

slated for

Scheduled or organized to happen or take place. They had me slated for a promotion and a pay raise, but downturns in the economy has put that on hold for now. Their newest album is slated for release in July.
See also: slate

*slated for something

scheduled for something. (As if a schedule had been written on a slate. *Typically: be ~; have someone ~.) John was slated for Friday's game, but he couldn't play with the team. Ann is slated for promotion next year.
See also: slate